Evidently, a test run for smart pavement in Colorado that I reported on back in May 2018 was successful enough to give it the all systems go.
A plan to turn a portion of Interstate 70 into a roadway where cars communicate with street lights, signs and other internet-connected things just tripled to more than 500 miles.
Colorado’s “internet of roads” project will now extend to highways that reach from Pueblo to Wyoming, and Sterling to Utah, after the state Department of Transportation was awarded a $20 million federal grant earlier this month.
(Source: The Colorado Sun)
The article’s author goes on to tout the many potential benefits to driver safety, although there were no definitive studies revealed to support those claims.
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- The Internet of Bodies: A Convenient—and, Yes, Creepy—New Platform for Data Discovery]
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Oct 14, 2018
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Jun 25, 2018
A few weeks ago we went deep in G5 and what’s in store for us in terms of what the governments planning, and this week we dive back into that world.
Suzanne Maher is the founder of www.byebyebluesky.com and an expert in chemtrails and nanotechnology.
To quote her website, “Bye Bye Blue Sky is a dedicated global public environmental movement who seeks to be a voice for all living creatures and ecosystems, to protect human health and safeguard the natural environment, air, water and land, which our sustenance depends.
We use education, peaceful protest and creative communication to expose one of the world’s largest and most significant ecological threats and preeminent disasters, commonly known as Climate Engineering or “Chemtrails”.”
So let’s get ready to discuss whether chemtrails are real or not (spoiler – they are) as well as nanotechnology.
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Jun 21, 2018
Jul 17, 2017
- Facebook logo = Masonic Tubal Chain
- Gmail logo = Masonic Royal Arch Apron
- Google Play logo = Sigil of Lucifer
- Steve Outtrim – Silicon Valley’s Secret Weapon: The Shadow History of Burners]
MUST WATCH — Steve Outtrim – “Shadow History of Burners, Pt 7: Social Engineering on the Electronic Frontier”
via Gnostic Media
by Jan Irvin
Aug 25, 2017
“Silicon Valley’s Secret Weapon: The Shadow History of Burners, Part 7: Social Engineering on the Electronic Frontier”
Gnostic Media is happy to present podcast Episode #261: Steve Outtrim returns for his eighth time to continue our discussion into his research on Silicon Valley and Burning Man, titled: “Silicon Valley’s Secret Weapon: The Shadow History of Burners, Part 7: Social Engineering on the Electronic Frontier”. This is the long awaited conclusion of this series since beginning it over 16 months ago, and this episode is live and we may field questions from the audience.
This also ends the time consuming, pre-recorded and edited Gnostic Media podcast episodes, moving to a live format after nearly 9 years.
Steve Outtrim is a technology entrepreneur from New Zealand, who now lives in San Francisco. He created the HotDog Web Editor, which was named as the 3rd most downloaded software on the Internet by WIRED in 1997. He IPO’d his company Sausage Software in Australia in 1996, making him at age 23 the youngest CEO of a public company – a record held by Rupert Murdoch for more than 40 years. He has invested in more than 50 early-stage technology companies and founded 4 that he exited via IPO or trade sale.
Steve is a Shadow Historian, and for the last 3 years has been writing a book series looking behind the scenes of the tech world. Steve created the blog Burners.Me in 2012 to discuss Burning Man and Burner culture. It is the largest independent Burner site, with more than 200,000 followers. He has been to 12 burns since 1998.
Steve brings a first-hand, unique perspective to Silicon Valley and its ties to the military and Burning Man.
via Zachary K. Hubbard
Jul 4, 2017